Procrastination or Prioritisation?

Bob Proctor on Procrastination Bob sent out an interesting video today, talking about the problem of procrastination (click on the image to watch the video, then sign up for the series to get his solution).  In it he tells the tale of Napoleon Hill, author of “Think and Grow Rich“, and his first meeting with…

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Beating Dis-Traction

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One of my favourite types of people to work with is the business owner who feels like they are “spinning their wheels” in their business, they just don’t seem to be able to stay focused on one thing long enough to get any real traction, and real results.  Most of the time that turns out…

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Hypnosis for Focus

I’m a great fan of using hypnosis to help control your mind, and to install and embed helpful thoughts and attitudes.  However, I don’t often come across any pre-recorded audio that I find particularly effective – today was an exception to that. The first thing I do when assessing an hypnosis track is to listen…

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London Riots 2011 in Focus

What do the 2011 London Riots tell us about Focus? The first and most obvious thing is that the widespread and apparently random nature of the disturbances caught the police wrong-footed. Police resources (that seems a very clinical description of the courageous men and women involved) were simply stretched too thin – as we saw…

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Procrastination: leave it until tomorrow

Stop procrastinating! “If you pile up enough tomorrows, all you’ll find is a bunch of empty yesterdays” That’s from the movie “The Music Man“, quoted by Jeff Lewis in the movie “The Compass“.  Apparently it’s said by the hero, when the young lady he’s waiting for turns up late and suggests that they should perhaps…

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